for raw milk, i think the site is www.realmilk.com
. As for the taste, if you've had both ultra-pasteurized and normal pasteurized, and noticed a difference (I thought the u-p was a little cooked/sweeter tasting), the difference between pasteurized and raw is kind of like that in reverse. Obviously still milk, just tastes a little tiny bit different.
for little tiny changes, think getting rid of bad and introducing good. Here's a list, choose any that you think you could try to do:
I've found that we really don't spend that much on food, even with paying $16/gal for raw milk (yeah) because I'm making stuff at home, not buying prepared foods, and not eating out. Those are the really expensive things. Also, local, organic, super fresh and ripe produce from our farmers market is cheaper than the sometimes-organic, not-so-local, not-so-ripe produce at our grocery store.
*Eat real foods - so cook at home, or go to quality restaurants. Limit processed anything and fast food.
*Cut out trans fats
*Switch to whole grains (in whatever you think you can handle)
*Cut out artificial sweeteners and then stuff like corn syrup
*Try to limit soy
*Don't be afraid of fat
*Add in yogurt. If you're feeling ambitious, make your own (it's really easy and so much cheaper!) or if you're not, just get a big carton of plain, and flavor it yourself. If even that's too much, buy some that looks good but make sure it has active cultures.